Ely Cursillo are hosting a nationaI Ultreya! celebration at Ely Cathedral on 5th September, which will attract reps from 30 or so Dioceses across the country. It promises to be a celebratory and friendly day, and it is open to all – do come if you can.
The event is the annual national gathering and Eucharist held by British Anglican Cursillo. As it visits a different cathedral each year, we are delighted to host it in Ely’s 900th year. Starts 9.30am with registration at St Mary’s Church, then in the Cathedral at 10am with welcomes, morning worship, a lay witness talk and a gospel response from Cursillo’s national Spiritual Director. Then we break into small faith-sharing groups and have picnics. After lunch, we have a colourful walk of witness around the local vicinity, and then celebrate Holy Communion together in the afternoon.
Bishop David will preside and preach. Closing light refreshments at the Cathedral Centre.
It is free but please do book in advance so Ely Cursillo can cater for the right numbers (refreshments and also orders of service, etc). You can find the programme and booking form on their website and send bookings by email.
Lay Director – Ely Diocesan Cursillo
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